[Clayart] recent work - glaze interactions at a vertical interface

vincepitelka at gmail.com vincepitelka at gmail.com
Sun Mar 19 18:18:47 UTC 2023

That's lovely Carol.  You generally make a squiggly line or circle on the
side of the bowl, but what will happen if you apply the same inlay glaze a
little more heavily on the rim?  The outside of a bowl is always a difficult
place for decoration because people tend to look at the inside unless the
bowl is on a high shelf., and the same interaction on the rim where it
affects both the inside and outside might be nice.  And I am curious why you
don't do some of your glaze experiments on vertical, cylindrical forms that
might show off the lovely glaze interactions even more effectively.  
- Vince

Vince Pitelka
Potter, Writer, Teacher
Chapel Hill, NC
vpitelka at dtccom.net

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Subject: [Clayart] recent work - glaze interactions at a vertical interface

Hi -

Glaze interactions at a vertical interface in a saturated iron glaze:



    Carol Marians       
    (541) 296-4528
  carol at knighten.org 

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